The Hillingdon Community Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) is a confidential meeting where professionals share information on the highest risk and complex cases related to anti-social behaviour, so that appropriate action is taken to increase public safety and manage risk.
Important: Hillingdon Community MARAC is not an agency and does not have a case management function. The responsibility to take appropriate action rests with the individual agency, who will manage the risk. Responsibiliity is not transferred to Community MARAC.
Who attends the meetings?
Meetings are held monthly and are jointing chaired by our head of community safety and the Met's partnership policing inspector.
Meetings are attended by representatives from:
Anti-social Behaviour and Environment Team
London Fire Brigade
Mental Health Services
Adult Social Care.
Additional agencies are also invited for specific cases if they are concerned about a case or there is a benefit to them attending.
Who can be referred?
If a victim is subject to anti-social behaviour, and either they (or the perpetrator) is vulnerable (or a risk to either themselves or others), professionals can submit a referral form where they feel the case would benefit from a multi-agency action plan.
Examples of cases that can be heard at Community MARAC include cuckooing, hate crime, exploitation, mental health, substance/financial abuse, neighbour disputes and criminal damage.
Please note: Community MARAC:
only accepts referrals for adults over the age of 18
will not accept cases that fall under the responsibility of another panel, such as the Domestic Abuse MARAC, MAPPA or Mental Health High-Risk Panel.